Our college programs are some of Missouri’s best-kept secrets.

Civilian College Student


Only a fraction of Wentworth’s students participate in military training. We’ve been granting college degrees to local commuting students who live within 60 miles of Lexington or any additional Missouri campus sites (Cameron, Hermitage and Lamar) since 1923. You’ll get personalized instruction from top-notch faculty in our associate’s degree programs, while building strong workforce skills and earning half the credits you need for a bachelor’s degree.

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Wear the uniform, build discipline, and become a leader.

WMA Associates degree students

Our proud tradition of military-oriented education dates to 1880. One of just five U.S. colleges to offer a two-year early officer commission, Wentworth provides unique career opportunities for service in the U.S. Army, Army Reserve, and National Guard. You’ll live on campus, train alongside future leaders, and develop strong habits of mind, body, and character.

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Earn college credits while you’re still in high school.

WMA Associates degree students

Get a head start on your college degree by earning college credits on your high school campus. Wentworth partners with school districts throughout west-central Missouri to offer college-level courses on high school campuses. You’ll get excellent preparation for college, while earning credits that you can count toward an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.

Dual Enrollment Courses

Earn an Associate's Degree

Strong values produce strong academic results. Every college course at Wentworth reflects our tradition of producing disciplined, highly skilled, self-reliant adults. You’ll attend small college classes, get plenty of personal attention from faculty, and develop the skills you need to advance your education and your career.



Wentworth Military Academy & College admits new students on a first-come, first-served basis. Our admissions process is simple, straightforward, and completely online. Review our admissions procedures, and fill out an online admissions form when you’re ready to commit.